Jack Straw, They Love Each Other, Spoonful, Friend Of The Devil, When I Paint My Masterpiece, Tennessee Jed, Easy Answers, Deal Way to Go Home, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Jerry, Phil, Billy and Mickey-> Drums-> Space-> I Need A Miracle-> Stella Blue-> One More Saturday Night, E: Box Of Rain
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I always like to hear Phil give us his blessing. The Jam out of uncle johns is awesome
January 11, 2009 Subject:
this show is good....
but you want some sick 93 dead? check out 9/13/93, best show of the year by far
October 2, 2007 Subject:
The Thing about Jerry
In 93 was that his playing changed radically from past years. He was making strange chordal connections that he never made in the same songs a few years earlier and his phrasing was a lot shorer. Deal is a perfect example in this show. Pretty good, but strangely not particularly Jerry either. Too close to the end.
Reviewer:Oh My Dearest
March 28, 2007 Subject:
The Jam after UJB.
This is a preety good '93 show. Somethings up with Jerry voice but he still manages to sing alright and his playing is particularly on. The real gem of this is the Playin/UJB/Jam before drums. The final Uncle Johns jam goes on for a while and eventually morphs into this really interesting and quite long jam between Phil, Jerry, Mickey and Billy. It's preety neat actually, really free form and exploratory. Seems like Jerry was just trying out every synth patch he had on for his guitar. He really does try them all, about a dozen, and then return to the original. Phil is playing in that unique way that only he can and the drummers get nice and intimate with some nice bongo and percussion work in general. Also the sound for this show is superior and for the jam everythings really nicely balanced and clear. Rest of the show's good as well. Just wanted to mention the jam.
May 27, 2005 Subject:
My first tape!
Oh wow... at long last I found a good recording of my first "bootleg". The Playin'>Uncle John>Jam was played on the Dead Hour radio show shortly after my first show (Phoenix 3-5-94). I taped it, and have treasured it ever since. To hear it now in crystal-clear sound gives me chills! After literally thousands of tapes since that first one, this is still hands down the BEST Playin>Uncle John's I have ever heard.
September 10, 2004 Subject:
one of the few 93 I've listened to that I actually found very enjoyable...mellow, terrific sound mix (especially the frontness of the keys), nice mix of songs-nothing earthshattering but a real nice blend to while away the paperwork hours at the work computer